Brad Pitt Bullet Train, a new movie, drew inspiration from Jackie Chan

Monday, on the red carpet for the presentation of the new action comedy at the Regency Village Theater in Los Angeles, the actor who wore an intriguing outfit had much to say about his sources of inspiration.  The star of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” said that he consulted fellow Hollywood magnate Jackie Chan for his latest film, “Bullet Train.”  Brad Pitt Avoids Physical Injury During Filming Inspired By Jackie Chan.  When Pitt attended the Los Angeles premiere of “Bullet Train,” he attracted the attention of many with his mint green suit, teal shirt, and bright yellow sneakers.

However, the actor became more than just eye candy when he discussed his role as “Ladybug” in the film with ET Online. In addition to being uncharted ground for the 58-year-old, the production was heavily influenced by the iconic “Rush Hour” actor. Pitt, commenting on Chan’s effect, stated:  “We frequently discuss Jackie Chan and how much we adore him. He is the equivalent of our Charlie Chaplin; he is so undervalued. Moreover, the feats he’s accomplished are astounding. I’ve never done anything in that manner before, incorporating comedy into the battles!”  Pitt noted in a separate interview with Variety, “David and I have always been huge Jackie Chan fans. We have been discussing him for decades. He is comparable to our Buster Keaton. He is incredibly skilled and even undervalued. Just the idea of doing something in that way appealed to me.”

He also stated why wearing a skirt to the project’s launch in Germany did not bother him. When asked to explain the idea behind the style, Pitt stated:  “I’m not sure! Everyone is going to die, so let’s make it miserable.”  Regarding the action sequences, the “Troy” star explained that he was content to delegate some of the more dangerous moments to a professional stuntman.  The “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” actor also revealed that, although he was able to escape injury during filming, there were painful moments.  Pitt appears in “Bullet Train” as a hitman who must battle other violent killers on a train. Such performers as Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bad Bunny, and Brian Tyree Henry portray these murderers.

When the trio of killers discovers that their missions coincide with one another, chaos ensues. The project was directed by David Leitch, whose previous credits include “Atomic Blonde” and “Deadpool 2.”  This Friday, “Bullet Train” reaches theaters.  The producer of “12 Years a Slave” spends quality time with his adopted children. Following his divorce from Angelina Jolie, The Blast offered an update on Pitt’s relationship with his children in July.  During their marriage, the couple adopted five children: Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and the twins Vivienne and Knox.  According to a source close to the father of six, his connection with his two eldest children, Maddox and Pax, is difficult, but he is on good terms with his younger children.

When everyone is in Los Angeles, the gang dines together frequently. According to the source:  When they are all in Los Angeles, Brad eats dinner with his younger children. Now that they are older, the children have their own lives and friends. Brad maintains a reasonably good rapport with them.”  The two-time Screen Actors Guild Award winner has been busy with several projects when he is not spending precious time with his children. One such endeavor is the architecture and winery of Miraval.

According to the source, the actor from “Meet Joe Black” appreciated architecture and originality. They stated that Pitt was “living the best life he could under the circumstances” and was “enjoying Miraval and reinvesting all of its income.”  Pitt has also returned to the dating world, but he is not currently in a serious relationship, and he may retire from acting sooner than fans imagine.  The actor may desire a permanent position behind the camera, given he has previously produced films.  He has produced films such as “The Departed,” “God Grew Tired of Us,” “Year of the Dog,” “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” and “Moonlight,” the 2017 Academy Award winner for Best Picture.

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